Pinner & Pinner South Wards – Burglary Prevention Advice

Message for our local police. During the month of October ten burglaries occurred in the Pinner area. These offences took place at different times during daylight hours and after the hours of darkness. Methods of entry to properties varied from forcing open a front door, a rear or side ground-floor (more…)

Banner Advertising on Lampposts – REFUSED

Good news, I have received notification from Harrow Council that the planning application for putting advertising banners on the Lamp posts of Bridge Street, Elm Park Road and Love Lane has been refused.  Below is the attached verdict. Advertising on Lampposts – Refusal I’ve just been informed that the advertising (more…)

Twitter Q&A Session With Borough Commander Simon Rose

On 9th October 2018, Commander Simon Rose answered questions about the police merger.   The video responses by Simon Rose were uploaded to Twitter and have been recorded below. For those of you without a twitter account, a transcript of the questions and answers is attached below. Transcript of Twitter Q (more…)

Knitted Poppies Displays at The Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Church Lane, Pinner

Over 70 Parishioners and Friends of The Parish Church of St John the Baptist have been have been knitting poppies in Remembrance of those from Pinner who lost their lives during World War I. The initial aim was to knit 148  poppies to represent one poppy for every Pinner person (more…)

Appeal against Refusal of Planning Consent to demolish West House Lodge and build a block of five flats:

The applicants have appealed to the Planning Inspectorate against Harrow Council’s refusal to grant planning consent for “West House Lodge”, a privately owned detached house on a plot that is totally surrounded by Pinner Memorial Park, to be demolished and a block of five flats to be constructed on the (more…)